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A simple plan

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How could people do these things? Why are questions important? How do they help protect our society?


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KEY QUESTIONS
How could people do these things? Why are questions important? How do they help protect our society?

How could ‘these people’ have killed like they did? Who is responsible for their actions?
Research shows that any human being is capable of committing atrocities, given the right circumstances. It’s helpful to understand a little about the way people’s minds were working during the genocide. This can help prevent the simplistic judgements which fuel racism.
Our hope is that students begin to understand how people can be manipulated by leaders, and realise the value of questioning, and personal responsibility, for all societies.

AIMS AND PURPOSE
To help answer the question, “How could they do something like that?”
To examine the role of questioning in our moral behaviour.
To identify the danger posed to society by not allowing questions to be asked.

WHAT DO I GET?
There are three PDFs included with this lesson:-
A two-page lesson plan covering the key questions, aims, resources needed and a detailed outline of the suggested method and activities.
A set of handouts ready for printing.
A set of presentation slides for class discussion.